On 6 June, members of the Redwood team joined LandAid to welcome 540 of the biggest names in property to The LandAid Party at the Museum, at The Natural History Museum. The annual summer fundraising event exceeded expectations by raising an impressive £90,000 to help improve the lives of disadvantaged young people in the UK.

Guests were treated to dinner under the diplodocus in the breathtaking Central Hall, a space known as ‘A Cathedral to Nature’, and enjoyed a charity auction led by Duncan Moir and entertainment from impressionist and comedian Rory Bremner.

Joanna Averley, Chief Executive of LandAid: “The LandAid Party at The Museum epitomises all that LandAid is about: it’s a celebration of the property industry’s collective philanthropy, and the fun and reward we can get by being involved. It has only been possible due to the hard work and collective spirit of many people. Thank you to the many organisations and individuals who have given so much of their time.”